September 19, 2021

Patterson Station Road rage left the woman “in shock.”

Police are hunting down a woman who killed another motorcyclist in a horrific road rage incident.

The 22-year-old victim, who asked not to be named, was confronted in the overflow car park at Patterson Train Station near Stewarton Road around 5:45 p.m. Saturday.

She was talking to a friend on the phone when a middle-aged woman got out of her car and threatened to beat her.

The frightened young woman, a beauty therapist, panicked and jumped out of the car park in her mini.

He claims that the woman then chased him to a Vauxhall Austra.

The chase continued for several miles along Bearhead Road, to Air Road, and only ended at Devland Road, Roken Glenn Park, when the enraged woman drove away.

Her trembling daughter then went to the Goffin police station to report the incident.

“I stopped in the car park for an urgent call and was the only person there,” she told Bear Head News, referring to our sister.

“I looked up and saw a car coming at high speed. Then the driver pulled me over to my car and said she was going to hit me.

“He chased me and blew his horn. I had to overtake the cars in front of me to avoid this. All the while, I could see him pointing at me in my mirror.

“At one point, I had to go through a red light to get away and accidentally cut off another vehicle.”

The frightened woman said she has been in hospital since then due to trauma.

He added: “I had never seen this woman before. When I arrived at the police station, I could barely breathe.

Her mother, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, posted on social media this week about the incident, urging witnesses to contact police.

He added: “My daughter is completely shocked by this.”

Police have called for witnesses to appear.

Inspector Michelle Grant said: “Investigations are ongoing into reports of another woman posing a threat in the area near Patterson Railway Station. No one was injured and officers are following up on the investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 officers.

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